25 Churchill Place

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25 Churchill Place
25 Churchill Place, Canary Wharf.jpg
25 Churchill Place in August 2013
General information
Status Complete
Location Canary Wharf
Height
Roof 130 metres (430 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 23
Design and construction
Architect Kohn Pederson Fox

25 Churchill Place is a skyscraper in the eastern part of the London financial district Canary Wharf.

Potential tenants included Aon, Deutsche Bank and News Corp.

The building has been pre-let to Ernst & Young.

Planning[edit]

Canary Wharf Group applied to Tower Hamlets for planning permission to construct a 23 storey building at 25 Churchill Place, E14 in April 2008. Permission was granted in November 2008.[1]

25 Churchill Place will be one of the most energy efficient office buildings in Canary Wharf. The Environmental features includes lifts that could store and reuse the energy elsewhere in the building. The building was designed by architects Kohn Pederson Fox who also designed The Pinnacle (London) in the City of London Financial District and will be developed by Canary Wharf Group.

Construction[edit]

Construction began on the 23-storey tower in February 2012 with Canary Wharf Contractors Limited as the main building contractor. On 7 February 2013, the installation of the final section of the steel frame marks the completion of the building and had reached a major milestone.[2] When completed, the building will stand 130m tall and will have 19 floors of Grade A office space.[3] The building houses the European Medicines Agency since early 2014 and Ernst & Young since 2015.

Construction in May 2013

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Planning applications". Tower Hamlets. PA/08/00775. Retrieved 9 November 2013.
  2. ^ http://www.canarywharf.com/workwithus/Construction/Projects/Current-Projects/25-Churchill-Place-Future-Development/. Retrieved on 27 March 2013.
  3. ^ http://www.buildington.co.uk/london-e14/25-churchill-place/id/3106. Retrieved on 27 March 2013.